Nothing like a pretty girl in a pretty city.
My girl, Paulette, and myself took a stroll through Logan Square. Stopped by a great bar I’ve been wanting to check out, Spilt Milk. Had a couple excellent cocktails and continued the journey. Continue reading “Through Logan Flames”
What is the price for happiness? At what amount can you call your life complete?
Continue reading “Money Can’t Buy Happiness – JQuinn.Life – The Vlog: Ep. 004”
JQuinn.Life – The Vlog: Ep. 003
What is the vision for your life? What does the best version of yourself look like, act like, what does that version do day in and day out? Continue reading “Vision: Creating who you want to be”
Today I interview a full time creative, Adam Cromblehome. He is a photographer, graphic designer, and web developer. We do a full product shoot for TNT: The.No.Toke, along with some awesome videos, which you can check out here: https://www.facebook.com/TheNoToke/ http://www.thenotoke.com/ Continue reading JQuinn.Life – The Vlog: Ep. 002
Today marks the beginning of a project I’ve wanted to start for a long time, a vlog. JQuinn.Life – The Vlog represents my first real attempt at putting together the concepts and ideas I’ve developed over the past few years into a single source. I want to document my life on a daily basis. Show … Continue reading JQuinn.Life – The Vlog: Ep. 001
George Orwell is in the news, 67 years after his death in 1950; his masterpiece, 1984, has reached #1 in Amazon’s most sold books. In the midst of Trump’s presidency, the backdrop of ongoing wars, a militaristic progression towards global tyranny, and an ever increasing acceptance of the global surveillance system; 1984, written in 1948 … Continue reading George Orwell: A Final Warning
Greek mythology tells of a young hunter, enamored with himself, obsessed with his own beauty. Driven to suicide by the sight of his own reflection. Continue reading “Narcissus: In the World of the Self-Loathing, the Self-Loved Rule”
In my last post I alluded to the idea of social media molding the subconscious mind of humanity. Directing it, to what all seems a nefarious end. Continue reading “Echo Chambers: Social Media and Our Responsibility for Directing Human Consciousness “
What happens when you escape the modern social media machine?
If you didn’t post a status, or Tweet a photo, or Snap your dinner, or put a filter over your face every few hours, would you be a better person? Would you free up time? Would you become more productive? Would people look at you as some mysterious bastion of a retro lifestyle from a bygone era living in modernity?
I did, for an entire year. Continue reading “Being Social Media Free: The State of Social Relevancy in the Modern World”
Do not fear failure. And by the same coin do not be afraid of the success yet to come. –Jonathan Quinn Fear is the most constant of emotions. A dark rider in most of our lives. Fear of the future, of other people’s judgments, of death, of failure, of success. Fear pervades even the … Continue reading Do Not Give an Ounce of Belief to Fear
“We were born as an individual. Every single human being is born as a completely unique creation. Your DNA, your experiences, your brain and the way it’s wired; there will never be another one like you. And always in life we’re running away from that. And we want other people to help us.”
Continue reading “Robert Greene on Self-Reliance”
It was a year ago today that I moved out of a life situation I was not happy with. With that comes a level of significance for me. I have been so focused on my goals, I never think to look up, or look back at where I’ve come from. Continue reading “A Look Back at the Last Year”